Dallas Market Center, Dwell With Dignity Announce Partnership
Dallas Market Center will donate money and products to help the nonprofit group fulfill its mission.
 

Dallas Market Center announced its corporate sponsorship of Dwell with Dignity to offer continued support of its effort to help families escape poverty and homelessness through design. Throughout the year, Dallas Market Center will make monetary and in-kind contributions to support Dwell’s mission.

“We’re proud to partner with Dwell with Dignity, an organization that tremendously impacts families with the help of the design and home industries,” says Bill Winsor, President and CEO, Dallas Market Center. “Through our partnership we look forward to supporting Dwell’s vision and working with them to increase awareness of their inspiring work.”

“Dwell with Dignity is honored to have the support of Dallas Market Center as we continue to share our mission with the Dallas community,” says Kim Turner, Vice President and Director, Dwell with Dignity. “The design community in particular understands the importance of inspiring lives with design and we love the fact that Dallas Market Center is helping us spread the word through their financial support and advocacy.”

Dwell with Dignity is a Dallas-based nonprofit group of interior designers and volunteers dedicated to creating soothing, inspiring homes for families struggling with homelessness and poverty. Dwell with Dignity installs home interiors for families that include donated and refurbished furnishings and art, as well as bedding and kitchen supplies, complete with food in the pantry. Dwell with Dignity brings good design to those less fortunate, inspiring families to maintain a standard of living they can be proud of and thrive in.

 

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